SketchyMedical’s Internal Medicine video on Sepsis and Septic Shock is based on sepsis guidelines (includes qSOFA score and SIRS criteria). Learn more about Sepsis and Septic Shock here:
We start with our recurring symbol for sepsis: the septic sewer cover. As we journey through the underground sewer system and the city street above, a battle rages between reptile ninjas and pathogenic invaders. As the lesson unfolds, layer-by-layer, you’ll learn:
-How to define sepsis and septic shock based on Sepsis-3 definitions and Surviving Sepsis guidelines (including SOFA & qSOFA scores)
-Older definitions of sepsis and septic shock (including SIRS criteria)
-Key symptoms, signs, work-up, and management of sepsis
In this SOAP style video, clinical information is organized into subjective, objective, assessment, and plan categories – similar to a real patient case!
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4) Rhodes A, Evans LE, Alhazzani W, et al. Surviving Sepsis Campaign: International Guidelines for Management of Sepsis and Septic Shock: 2016. Crit Care Med 2017; 45:486.
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DISCLAIMER: These videos are not intended to provide medical advice or physician instruction.